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PROGRAM TO TELL TEMPERATURE OF PROCESSOR


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u guys know a program? thnxs
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someone help me =(
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Check this one out :

Motherboard Monitor v5.3.7

It's free. You can Google for others.

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thnxs, but i found this to and when it tells u to select your board which is a dell dimension 4550 it says its not supported =(
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Hi, i just did a quick search on the net try this link
http://home.cfl.rr.c...cessorUtils.htm

i personaly use Motherboard Monitor, then again i have Asus P4PE :tazz:

hope this helps

Thanks

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Click link below and get free edition of Everest, it will tell you all you would ever want to know about everything to do with your system.

Everest
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Click link below and get free edition of Everest, it will tell you all you would ever want to know about everything to do with your system.

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Thanks, usetobe. It told me way more than what I wanted to know. :tazz:

Very useful little app...and FREE! I like free. Hope tennisboy takes advantage of it.

I got this PC from someone else and it had no information worth giving even using System Information. Everest told me that my MB has temp sensors and gave me temps and fan speeds even. Very, very nice. Like the benchmarks.

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Always pleased to help :tazz:
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i feel stupid lol ummm where does it show the temperature of my processor in like celsius? thnx a ton for the thing btw its awesome =)
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Click on Computer icon, then sensors, it teLls you in C and F DEGREES
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!!! my computer must be acting weird its a blank brown screen when i got there heres a pic:

http://www3.telus.ne...entshowtemp.bmp
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How long did you wait? Mine took about 20 seconds or less before something showed on screen after clicking on Sensor. I have a slow PC (750Mhz) with a lot of stuff running which slows things down. Give it time and see what shows.

Possibly your motherboard doesn't support this feature.

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i got a dimension 4550 dell 2.4 ghz ............thats so lame so it dosen't support the computer then >_<
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